To which of the following is the excerpt above linked?

To which of the following is the excerpt above linked?

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The Shame of the Cities, written by Lincoln Steffen in 1904, contains this quote. Steffens describes a speech given by a crooked Philadelphia official in response to charges that his ward was “low down” in this excerpt:
“[The orator] reminded his audience that he was speaking in the ward of Independence Hall, and after naming over signers of the Declaration of Independence, he concluded his most eloquent speech by saying, “These guys, the fathers of American liberty, voted down here once.” ‘And they vote here yet,’ he said, a catchy smile on his face.”
“Chronic misconduct… will eventually involve intervention by some civilized nation in America, as elsewhere, and in the Western Hemisphere, the United States’ adherence to the Monroe Doctrine may compel the United States, albeit reluctantly… to exercise a foreign police power.”
“[F]rom and after the expiration of ninety days next after the passage of this act, and until the expiration of ten years next after the passage of this act, the coming of Chinese laborers to the United States be, and the same is hereby, suspended; and during such suspension, it shall not be lawful for any Chinese laborer to come, or after the expiration of said ninety days to remain in the United States.”

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I have a parent page (Customers) and a kid page (Customers) (Accounts). An Excerpt macro on the Accounts page provides a connection to another page in its text. When I click on it, the Excerpt macro recognizes it as a link, and I get a menu with the options GO TO LINK/EDIT/UNLINK. When the excerpt is viewed on the parent page using the Children View macro, the link does not appear as a link. Is it possible to make the preceding work? Is it true that I’m asking Confluence to do something it can’t? Thank you, Steve is a great guy.
Maybe we’re addressing two different things.
Please share your thoughts on the above. I’m not claiming to have found a definitive answer, but I’m wondering if I miscommunicated my original question. Thank you so much!

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When we learn a new technology tool, particularly one that is simple to use, most of us get excited and start using it right away. This is brilliant because doing is always the best way to understand. The disadvantage is that we make a lot of errors in our first attempts to use the tool because we don’t grasp its full functionality.
When we first start using Confluence, this is particularly true. We quickly begin adding pages because adding pages is easy. And while our first pages aren’t particularly well-organized, starting is better than not starting, and we’ll learn as we go. Taking a training course is one of the most important ways to reduce the learning curve.
Team meeting agendas and minutes are an easy way to think about reusing material in Confluence. Assume you’re using a Confluence page to build and distribute a team meeting schedule as well as keep track of meeting minutes. A successful meeting creates a list of action items that are allocated to particular individuals. And, if you’re a successful meeting leader, you’ll write these action items down and track them for the following week. And, for the next meeting, you rewrite these action items. And then there’s the next one.

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The lead of an article is transcluded as an excerpt when you use Transclude related excerpt. It’s made to be used in portals. After deleting the following, it returns the text of an article up to but except the first header:
As an unnamed parameter, the template accepts one page name. Wikilinks from that page, or a part of it, are gathered. A random wikilink is chosen and its destination is transcluded. (If the chosen page is invalid, the template will choose another.) If required, provide a namespace. There are no other positional parameters, but there are several called parameters that can be used instead:
A comma-separated list of numbers and/or number ranges in the format min-max is supported by all paragraphs and files. files= will also accept the name of a single image, such as files=My image file.jpg. showall= displays all articles at the same time. This choice is for a subpage targeted at both editors and readers. Using this template on a subpage with noinclude>|showall=/noinclude> and transcluding the subpage on a main page would show all excerpts on the subpage but only one on the main page, removing the need to repeat the template and its arguments.